Why Oak Is Used To Make Bespoke Furniture.

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When it comes to bespoke furniture most people only think of oak. Working with oak is a joy for any professional cabinetmaker, both dense and strong wood, oak is also tremendously attractive largely due to its endless permutations of grains and markings.

It is the grains in oak that adds immeasurably to its appeal, and allow it to be used in the construction of different styles of cabinet wood, from traditional to contemporary and even modern. While the most popular style of oak wood grain being the low grain natural brown colour finish. For those who want their bespoke furniture to be a little more exotic then they may well choose for it to be finished in Tiger Oak wood, which while brown and natural in colour comes with much more defined stripes. Burr Oak wood is another popular variation, with the burrs in the grain standing out because of their tightly knitted whirls.

No matter which variation of oak grained timber you choose for your bespoke furniture, it is sure to be a talking point in your home, office or business premises. Cabinets made from solid oak are fairly rare these days, although there is no detracting from a rich veneer to finish causing the same pleasing and solid effect that oak will always bring.

Cabinet furniture designed and produced in oak lends itself to a variety of styles, from traditional to contemporary and even to modern, although, as most lovers of bespoke oak furniture will tell you, when it is made in the rustic oak designs of old. Then oak comes into its own.

Irrespective of the grain finish chosen , furniture made from oak requires very little in the way of maintenance, All that is required is a coating of natural furniture wax four times every year to keep that oak furniture looking its best in the living room, dining room or the bedroom.